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Food stamp cut boosts visitors to Ind. food banks

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HIGHLAND, Ind. — Some of Indiana's food banks and pantries are seeing more people lining up for meals or baskets of food in response to a drop in federal food stamp benefits. The 2009 economic stimulus effort included a boost in food stamp dollars, but that extra funding ended this month. The Agriculture Department says the change means that a family of four is now getting $36 less a month...

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